Judge Louis Parker
Old, somewhat wise, and drunk
Judge Louis Parker is in his mid-90s with silver hair and a penchant for the drink.
Judge Parker is not a lawyer. Not anymore, anyway. He was disbarred nearly forty years ago when he misrepresented his client he felt was guilty of second-degree murder and decided to throw the case. While this wasn’t entirely proven, he was disbarred by the Clark District Municipal Court on Jefferson, and since then has been offering his talents as a clerk or as a para-legal for research only to aspiring young attorneys. During the Sarkeen War, as the Sarkeen were leaving, Governor Jim Marcannan appointed old Louis as the presiding territorial judge, as was his prerogative. Judge Parker took up the job only to feel useful.